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Nov 13, 2012 4:00pm PST
to do to get him elected, now please, pretty please will you listen to us. i thought he was supposed to be progressive, i thought that's what the republicans were saying. >> we are preserved to preserving the tax breaks for the middle class and piking sure the wealthy pay their fair share. >> the president just got reelected, the republicans are reeling, we told you a mommy reasons he's got leverage. one other a recent poll from pew research center: if you go over the fiscal cliff, they are going to blame the other side anyway, which you should, so you have all the leverage in the world! are you going to use it? some people are hopeful. i am not. i don't believe he will. now, one of the reasons i believe that is because i keep seeing quotes like this from the white for us officials: >> i love that. it's like oh, progressives, what an interesting little special interest group we have here. we should keep talking to them% and once we decide what to do, which will be the exact opposite of what they want at least we'll be able to explain it to them and pat them on the head. i'm a little
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Nov 13, 2012 10:00pm PST
us tomorrow night. we'll have a great s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s s seeyoutomorrowwhenmyguestwillbe w seeyoutomorrowwhenmyguestwillbew hoopigoldbergandnickcanon blame blame. >> i'm glad there was not a right wing takeover, but we end up with a republican rockefeller republican in black face with barack obama. >> damn, that's really harsh. is it right or wrong? we debate that tonight. the drums continue. >> around the time petraeus broke off the affair, she began to receive anonymous emails sent from broad well's computer. >> then cessation talk. which states do we want to secede? >> gop and gop crime is the elbow of the day. go time! >> today the president met with progressives which i always find hilarious like whoa, these are real progressives, that's fascinating, what do you want? >> a list he met with organizations of the. >> i hope he listened to them. you know who he's meeting with tomorrow? the c.e.o.'s for: >> anybody want to bet who he's going to listen to more? ok now if you've been paying attention, you know those c.e.o.'s are going to
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Nov 14, 2012 10:00pm PST
he used to work with swiss bank. he gave an interview quote, i would say that during the campaign season there is always a lot of rhetoric back and forth. the campaign is over. the country has spoken, and the president has won. wall street and the president align on many things. in other words, of course to get your vote we told you we're not going to cut entitlements and now that the election is over, believe me, the president and wall street align. what about capital gains. that might go back up. that would be a good thing. don't get excited. if they do nothing it goes back up to 39.6% than former income tax for the top bracket. no. the private sector probably has an awareness that the capital gains rate will likely go back to somewhere around the low 20, maybe 20%, maybe 22% in that range i don't think a lot of people have a significant problem being in the low 20s. really they don't? are you not merciful. of course you would have a problem with that. that's an incredibly low rate. that's the compromise we're going to get? disaster. now what about social security. remember when
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Nov 9, 2012 4:00pm PST
of this awkward story is the best time to bring an united states congressman in. with us on the show, congressman steve cohen from tennessee. love to have you on the show every time, congressman. let's backpedal a little bit and tell a little bit on the general petraeus story. head of c.i.a. and accomplished germ so it's also a sad story. some are speculating now that, hey, you know, did this have something to do with his--how he handled ben mankiewicz bengahzi. do you anything on that. >> general petraeus has done a lot of for our country. i was told that he once had political aspirations and wanted to run for president. i'm surprised they didn't choose him, and i'm pleased they didn't. he might have won. this takes him out of public service. he was a great american. >> cenk: michael, let me turn to you now on that issue. it's interesting center feinstein said that she wished the president had not accept his resignation. but the president did accept his resignation. does that make you think this is more than an fair an affair. >> i don't know anything more of it. i usually think it's just an aff
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